The Selenia® Dimensions® system features unique combo-mode technology which allows you to quickly acquire a traditional digital mammogram (2D) and a breast tomosynthesis (3D) scan in the same compression for perfectly co-registered images.2
The use of combo-mode imaging facilitates comparison to priors and images from other facilities as well as an easier transition for radiologists from 2D to 3D review. The streamlined workflow and one touch nature of Selenia Dimension's combo-mode allows you to collect more patient data during an exam without ever sacrificing workflow. Combo-mode also has many clinical benefits.
Reimbursement is also available for the 2D and 2D CAD portion of the exam to allow your facility to continue to generate revenue while offering the latest technology.
One touch on the Selenia Dimensions breast tomosynthesis system allows you to tailor the exam to a specific patient with the option of digital mammography (2D) only, tomosynthesis (3D) only, or Hologic's unique combo-imaging (2D + 3D) under one compression for completely co-registered images.2
Our flexible Selenia® Dimensions® platform may be tailored to your needs, allowing you to start with a system that has both traditional digital mammography and breast tomosynthesis or with a digital mammography only system that can easily be configured for tomosynthesis imaging with a simple software installation.
Be among the first to embrace this powerful and promising new technology - a true revolution in breast imaging. Incorporating Selenia® Dimensions® breast tomosynthesis into your practice will demonstrate your commitment to offering leading technologies to your referring physicians, patients and community.
The Selenia Dimensions system is the first commercially available tool to deliver on the extraordinary promise of breast tomosynthesis. This system delivers the exceptional digital mammograms you've come to expect from Hologic and takes you to the next level in breast imaging. You can now offer your patients breast tomosynthesis - a breakthrough technology poised to revolutionize how breast cancer is detected today.